He knows he's got it, you know he's got it, and it's a trip just experiencing him perform. Yellowman of Aleppo has been wearing only yellow for 35 years.
His first album release was in 1982 entitled Mister Yellowman followed by zeng in 1983 earning instant success. Yellowman's sexually explicit lyrics in popular songs such as "Them a Mad Over Me" boasted of his sexual prowess, like those of other reggae singers/deejays, earned Yellowman criticism in the mid-1980s . Bounty Killer, "Kill Or Be Killed" (1994). Sublime, "Greatest Hits" (1994). Just My Imagination w/Sista Sensi (2013).
Yellowman's jump to a major label might have had some reggae purists gasping, but the one album that resulted introduced many listeners to the rich world of dancehall music and its cadre of talented DJs. Before he cut this 1984 record for CBS, Yellowman had already hit the peak of his fame in Jamaica, waxing some stellar sides for the supreme early dancehall producer, Henry "Junjo" Lawes. And while King Yellowman doesn't match the quality of such Lawes discs as Mister Yellowman, it does boast enough solid tracks to stave off the cut-out bins.
Paris Blueletter To Rosie. Released by Ackee Dist Apr 2012. "source":4,"source id":"12683","object type":4,"id":"12683","title":"Yellowman","status":0}. Listen to Yellowman Paris Blueletter To Rosie MP3 song. Paris Blueletter To Rosie song from the album Live is released on Apr 2012. The duration of song is 02:25. This song is sung by Yellowman.
YELLOWMAN lyrics : "Letter To Rosey". Take a letter to Rosey address it to my wife tell her that I am coming home on a saturday night I don't want she worry I don't want she cry tell her that I love her until the day I day. (Me just) call a taxi pon the telephone pack all mi things then me go home me and Rosey and the children alone ink is pale pen is dry my love for you it will never die.
Yellowman is the final track on Yung Lean’s 3rd official studio album Stranger. The track is a direct reference to a series of short stories called ‘The King in Yellow’ by Robert W Chambers, published in 1895. The books are macabre in tone and tied together by a fictional play called ‘The King in Yellow’ which instils madness in those who read it. ‘Carcosa’ is referenced in the first verse and is the fictional setting of ‘The King in Yellow’.
|A||–Yellow Man*||Letter To Rosie
Producer – W. Foster*
|B||–Screw Driver*||Ganja Killer|
|RMM 386||Yellowman / Screw Driver*||Yellowman / Screw Driver* - Letter To Rosie / Ganja Killer (12")||Kangal||RMM 386||Jamaica||1987|